Planning A Wedding Feast To Remember? Dial Up These Regional Food Caterers

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Food is an essential part of any celebration, big or small, in India. So, it’s only fair that it tops your list of priorities on the wedding to-do list. And, of course, as usual, you can lean on us to help you out with recommendations. Here’s a list of the city’s best regional food caterers.

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Mangalorean From Bluebird Caterers

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North Indian From Brajwasi Catering

Mughlai From Anisa’s Kitchen

One of Bangalore’s best-known caterers, Anisa’s Kitchen specialises in Indian, Mughlai, Tandoori, and Afghani cuisines. If you are looking to serve killer biryani and succulent kebabs on your big day, Anisa’s Kitchen will not disappoint. For cocktails, you can choose from Shami Kebabs, Kheema Naans, and their famed Warqi Samosas {that even won the endorsement of food critic Vir Sanghvi}. For mains, there’s Mughlai Chicken Curry, Karachi Chops, and Khatti Dal.

Price: Starting at INR 250 per plate

Mangalorean From Bluebird Caterers

A favourite with the Christian Mangalorean community in town, Bluebird is a regular feature at weddings.While they do offer North Indian dishes too, we recommend you stick to their non-vegetarian, Mangalorean offerings since that’s where they excel. Their Pork Bafat and Sannas are a must. And so is the Mutton/Chicken Roce Curry.

Price: Starting at INR 200 per plate

Udupi Style From Achar Caterers

Looking to serve simple yet delicious food at your spectacular wedding? Then, we recommend Achar Caterers. They specialise in Udupi-style, vegetarian food. Your guests can heap their plates with downy golli bajjis {fried up balls made from flour and curd}, flavourful pulavs, and chirotis {a flaky sweet}.

Price: Starting at INR 250 per plate

Rajasthani from NH8

Yep, one of the city’s best-known Rajasthani restaurants also caters! Strictly vegetarian, your guests can choose from a delectable lineup that includes creamy dals, Jaipuri Gatta {a curd-based curry}, Panchmukhi Dal, Indian breads and rice.

Price: Starting at INR 300 per plate

Kerala Style From Manna Hospitality

A huge hit with the crowds, Manna Hospitality, near Indiranagar, can whip you up a feast that features dishes from across the globe – from Continental to Indian. But we particularly love their offerings from God’s Own Country. From fluffy appams that pair splendidly with coconut-milk based curries to spice-loaded meat dishes and mellow biryanis – they have it all.

Price: Starting at INR 500 per plate

North Indian From Brajwasi Catering

You can pick from a rather extensive menu when you choose these legendary caterers. Again, they offer only vegetarian food but you can choose from North Indian, Gujarati, Punjabi and even Mexican and Chinese. A variety of chaats, parathas, Kadai Paneer, Methi Malai Matar, and Gulab Jamuns are just a handful of options that you can choose from.

Price: Starting at INR 250 per plate

Bengali From Esplanade

True-blue Bengalis can’t stop raving about the food at this popular restaurant. So, if you’d want to impress your wedding guest list, then, do sign them up for your big day. They serve up all the Bengali hits including flaky Luchis, Daab Chingri {prawns cooked in tender coconut}, Kosha Mangsho {a spicy, mutton dish} and whatnot.

Price: Starting at INR 750 per plate

Hyderabadi From Swathi

This chain has several properties around town and even offers banquet spaces at some locations. Swathi is best known for its Hyderabadi offerings. When it comes to food, there’s the Hyderabadi Biryani that glistens with chillies or you could simply serve up their vegetarian banana-leaf meals. Their Mangalorean offerings are popular too and include Neer Dosas, Chicken Ghee Roast, and Mangalorean Fish Curry.

Price: Starting at INR 250 per plate

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